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Welcome to Let's Go Racin' July 2017!
Jason Setser 12s 2016 UMRA King of the TQ Midgets Champion with Miss Let's Go Racin' Addison Asher.
Celebrity in the Grandstands can't hide from us! Willie (Popcorn) Sallee! Popcorn was just trying to enjoy an evening of racing from the grandstands with his wife. But, the queens wanted to have a photo with the living legend. They appreciate his 42 years of white knuckle racing!
Joey Paxson veteran driver that can take it to the front of the pack , just push him off and it doesn't matter what car you put him in. He is usually in the #69 but while it is being rebuilt he has been piloting the Eaglin white #5. At the Bartholomew County Fair he was in the Black 5J. Started 5th and finished 5th!
There are many roles in racing but none more important than the two that Flagman Tim Montgomery and Tech Craig Eaglin do. Thanks guys for all you do for our sport!
A big Thanks to Miss Let's Go Racin' Addison Asher for adding that extra sparkle! Many young women would rather be doing something else with their time. Not our Addison she dedicates all the time she can to promote and support racing!
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The interview presented here of Tony is a clip of the interview with the track announcer after he won the feature . He talks about The Cure Starts Now Foundation. The Indiana Chapter is Peyton's Angels Cure Starts Now Foundation. Little Peyton had brain cancer and couldn't beat it. He does have a twin brother that was at the race. Tony won the hearts of the race fans when he gave his trophy to Peyton's twin Stillman. Lynn Whittington the boy's mother and founder of the foundation was brought to tears.
Jason Setser gives all winnings to the foundation and they give him the internal drive to win for a cure! Setser & Stewart are true champions not only on the track but in the hearts of their fans because of the kindness in their hearts too.
In Memory and Honor of Paul H. Graybrook
Paul H. Graybrook
60, of Greenwood, Indiana, passed away July 4, 2017, from injuries sustained from an auto racing accident. He was born March 4, 1957, in New Albany, Indiana and was the eldest of two sons to Ralph and Mary Ann Graybrook.
He is survived by his wife of 34 years Suzin Graybrook, their daughter Jenifer Graybrook-Snider, son-in-law Brandon Snider and brother David Graybrook (Vicky).
Paul served his country in the United States Air Force and was employed at AT & T for 28 years. As Christians, the Graybrook family observed their faith and served within their Greenwood community for many years.
Let it be remembered that Paul's kind demeanor was received by many and that his passion for auto racing could only be eclipsed by the love he held for his family.
A Celebration of Paul's life is set for Tuesday, July 18, 2017, at Barn at Bay Horse Inn located at 1468 W. Stones Crossing Road, Greenwood, Indiana 46143. The Celebration will be from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m.
Memorial contributions may be made to the USAC Benevolent Foundation at www.usacbf.org or at
Published in the The Indianapolis Star on July 16, 2017
Callie Wolsiffer #4 not the finish she wanted due to mechanical issues. Back to the shop to make repairs before racing action at Madison fair track the next night!
Brandon Burkart is part of the TSR TQ race team. He helps Combs and Wolsiffer when his schedule allows. It was a bonus this month at the track to see the car owner at the July 4th race in Rushvile as part of the crew and at Bartholomew July 12th slingin' dirt Tony Stewart brought back memories to many of the days Combs and him would dual it out on the track. Burkhart got a chance to see it first hand he is too young to remember Tony in a TQ before Nascar. He has heard many stories now he has his own to tell!
If you ever met Paul or got a glimpse of him in the race pits or in the drivers seat, you would always see a smile on his face.
He always displayed contentment and happiness at the track.
If was as if that is where he was born to be. Just walking past his race pit as I did many times you could just feel the love his race family had for him. The Steed's were very proud to have him as their TQ driver. But, more than that they were friends and a race family. By the post I have read I am feeling like the Baue Team felt the same about Paul as the Steed Team.
This writer doesn't take the loss of a racer lightly and I feel like the world should just stop. The races don't stop it is one after another and I want to say let's just put them on hold. And do you realize we just loss a precious life to this sport we all love so much? But, reality is, that is how the racers cope with the loss of one of their own. They head to the track and they turn that sadness, emptiness, sorrow and tears into the driving force that keeps our sport going. If you asked Paul or any other racer that loss their life on the track they would say drop the green and let's go racin', cause I have the best seat in the house!
Graybrook's ~Steeds~Baues please know you are all in our hearts, thoughts, prayers.
PAUL GRAYBROOK CELEBRATION OF LIFE
A celebration of life for driver Paul Graybrook has been set for Tuesday, July 18 at the Barn at Bay Horse Inn, located at 1468 W. Stones Crossing Rd. in Greenwood, Indiana, from 4-7pm. The funeral service will take place at 6pm.
Memorial Contributions may be made to the USAC Benevolent Foundation at http://www.usacbf.org/ and/or the Wounded Warrior Project at http://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/.
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Would you ever guess that this photo was taken after qualifying? By the confidence this team portrays one would assume the photo was after they had already made a clean sweep of the night! No worries here, they had the best crew, car and driver of the night.
Matt Hedrick #33 won heat 3 at the Bartholomew County Fair. Tony Stewart had fast time but he chose Matt to carry the United States Flag for the National Anthem. Hedrick had mechanical issues that caused him to exit the feature.
Jason Goff #96 Heat win and 2nd in the feature at the Bartholomew County Fair! Jason was pleased with his finish he had a blast being wheel to wheel with Stewart. Miss Let's Go Racin' Addison Asher and all of the Barthlolomew County 4-H Fair queens came out to congratulate him!
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The following is the 2017 schedule. There are a few changes from the schedule we passed out at the banquet. please use this schedule.
2017 UMRA-KING OF THE TQ MIDGETS
DATE TRACK LOCATION
SAT. MAR. 25TH NO WAY OUT 40 BROWNSTOWN SPEEDWAY BROWNSTOWN, IN Feature Mother Nature Feature will be ran June 24th (Nick Speidel) Heat win Ron Combs #7
FRI. APRIL 21ST BLOOMINGTON SPEEDWAY BLOOMINGTON, IN Mother Nature
SAT. APRIL 29TH MONTPELIER SPEEDWAY MONTPELIER, IN Mother Nature
SAT. MAY 13TH US-24 SPEEDWAY LOGANSPORT,IN Feature Jason Goff #96 Heat Ron Combs #7 Heat 2 Aaron Percell #48
SAT. MAY 20TH MONTPELIER SPEEDWAY MONTPELIER,IN Mother Nature
FRI. JUNE 2ND ROUTE 44 SPEEDWAY LIBERTY, IN Feature Nick Speidel #35 Heat Callie Wolsiffer #4 Heat 2 Robbie Roland #19
SAT. JUNE 3RD TWIN CITIES RACEWAYPARK NORTH VERNON, IN Feature postponed until Labor Day due to EMS n/a Heat Callie Wolsiffer #4 Heat 2 Caleb Faulkner #83
SAT. JUNE 10TH SHELBY COUNTY FAIRGROUND SHELBYVILLE, IN Feature Robbie Roland Honda Only Feature Joey Paxson, Trophy Dash Matt Hedrick, Heat Jason Goff, Heat Caleb Faulkner, Heat Matt Hedrick
SAT. JUNE 24TH BROWNSTOWN SPEEDWAY BROWNSTOWN, IN Feature Jason Setser
FRI. JUNE 30TH RUSH COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS RUSHVILLE, IN Feature Callie Wolsiffer Hewitt
SAT. JULY 1ST RUSH COUNTY FAIR RUSHVILLE,IN Feature Jason Goff
TUES. JULY 4 RUSH COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS RUSHVILLE, IN Feature Ron Combs
FRI. JULY 7TH CHRIS MANN MEMORIAL- SHELBY COUNTY FAIR SHELBYVILLE, IN Rainout Rescheduled August 12th
SAT. JULY 8TH KOKOMO SPEEDWAY-SPRINT WEEK KOKOMO, IN Feature Jason Setser
TUES, JULY 11TH BARTHOLMEW COUNTY FAIR COLUMBUS,IN Rain out Rescheduled July 12th Fast Time, Heat Win and feature Tony Stewart 12s, Heat 2 and second in feature Jason Goff, Heat 3 Matt Hedrick.
THURS, JULY 13TH JEFFERSON COUNTY FAIR MADISON, IN Feature Jason Goff
SAT. JULY 15TH LINCOLN PARK SPEEDWAY PUTNAMVILLE, IN Feature Anthony Lawrence
SAT. AUG. 5TH MONTPELIER SPEEDWAY MONTPELIER,IN
FRI. AUG 11TH ROUTE 44 SPEEDWAY LIBERTY, IN
FRI. AUG 18TH BLOOMINGTON SPEEDWAY BLOOMINGTON, IN
SAT. AUG 26TH KOKOMO SPEEDWAY- SMACKDOWN KOKOMO,IN
SAT. SEPT 2ND SHELBY COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS SHELBYVILLE, IN
SUN. SEPT 3RD TWIN CITIES RACEWAYPARK NORTH VERNON, IN
FRI. SEPT 22ND LINCOLN PARK SPEEDWAY- FALL NATIONALS PUTNAMVILLE,IN
SAT. SEPT. 23RD LINCOLN PARK SPEEDWAY- FALL NATIONALS PUTNAMVILLE, IN
SAT. SEPT 30TH SHELBY COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS SHELBYVILLE, IN
Let's hear it for #98 Billy Winseman, the roll over king of the 2016 season has managed to keep it on all four this 2017 race season. He snagged a top 10 finish in the Bartholomew County Feature!
Race Fans cheered on Tony Stewart in The Cure Starts Now TQ at the Bartholomew County Fair July 12th in the 12s The Cure Starts Now crew managed to pull out Fast Time, Heat win and and a Feature Win!
Race results from Columbus, IN Bartholomew County Fair
July 12, 2017
1. 12S - Tony Stewart
2. 7 - Ron Combs
3. 19 - Robbie Roland
4. 35 red - Nick Speidel
5. 17 - Brent Watson
6. 4T4 - Tate Martz
7. 29 - Brandon Watson
8. 3 - Stephen Arnold
1. 96 - Jason Goff
2. 48 - Aaron Percell
3. 5J - Joey Paxson
4. 83 - Caleb Faulkner
5. 98 - Billy Winsemann
6. 82 - Darrell Sylvester
7. 18B - Ashlea Albertson
8. 41 - Stephen Davis
1. 33 - Matthew Hedrick
2. 12 - Rick Robinson
3. 42 - Eric Dover
4. 4 - Callie Wolsiffer
5. 5 - Cole Murray
6. 11L - Anthony Lawrence
7. 35 white - Trent Henderson
1. 12S - Tony Stewart
2. 96 - Jason Goff
3. 48 - Aaron Percell
4. 7 - Ron Combs
5. 5J - Joey Paxson
6. 11L - Anthony Lawrence
7. 4T4 - Tate Martz
8. 19 - Robbie Roland
9. 42 - Eric Dover
10. 98 - Billy Winsemann
11. 18B - Ashlea Albertsons
12. 5 - Cole Murray
13. 4 - Callie Wolsiffer
14. 17 - Brent Watson
15. 35 red - Nick Speidel
16. 12 - Rick Robinson
17. 82 - Darrell Sylvester
18. 83 - Caleb Faulkner
19. 33 - Matthew Hedrick
20. 41 - Stephen Davis
21. 29 - Brandon Watson
Jason Setser 2016 UMRA King of the TQ Midgets Champion hasn't had the best 2017.
Just a couple of days after his wife had a major surgery the family was awaken to their work shop a blaze. As if that wasn't frightening enough they could not immediately locate their youngest. He had lodged between his bed and the wall during the night. And, during the immediate minutes of finding the fire all that Jason and Mindy wanted was to know they were all safe and together. Surrounded by family and friends they have begun to put the pieces of their lives back together.The family business is their lively hood and it took 10 years to build the business from the ground up. Jason hasn't been able to make all of the TQ races this season for obvious reasons, but when he does make a showing he WINS! The Cure Starts Now 12s was the rocket for the driver known as the Rushville Rocket July 12th. The TQ that Setser was building for Tony isn't quite finished and Acro Engineering is adding the final touches. Jason felt bad for the deadline not being met so he offered his ride to Tony Stewart. Setser's race fans are holding Sets to a show down in the future between him and Stewart. If not this year hopefully in 2018!
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